Not often unfortunately. I think it’s more of time management issue than anything else but I do try to prioritize the most important things with the 80/20 rule. A time management journey would be great idea now that I think about it 💡
- How many items do you generally find on your to-do list and how often do you find yourself putting them on the next day’s to-do list?
- Is it necessary to write a to do list on paper, or is a whiteboard also fine? So, when I finish a task, does it have the same effect when I cross it as when I wipe it out?
- I like to exercise as a break in between my morning work. However, when I feel the time constraints, I don’t always go for the full workout. Sometimes I’ll add a walk in later to make up for it. For all you non-early-risers, how do you split up your exercise successfully?
- What do you put on your to-do list?
- I am going to be starting a new work schedule in 6 days in a different city and with completely new team at a new location. I am nervous about how I am going to try to stick to my current habits, routines, and rituals such as what I eat and how I exercise on a daily basis, with which I have been pretty successful in the last few months. I am thinking that starting today, I will try to simulate habits, routines, and rituals with my new work schedule which will start about 1.5 hours earlier than my current work day.I probably will be less nervous if I give myself a break and feel good about myself by simply sticking to my current routines and continue to try to develop a daily meditation routine.Does anyone have any other ideas to offer? It would be much appreciated!
Never lol. I just migrate what is left to the next day. I usually concentrate on the one big thing and after that is done, the other 2 of top 3. Once those are done, the rest of the list I do at my leisure. Next day migrate what is not done and again go through TOP 3.
Klaus dieter Schwabe
Rarely to sometimes. I have a neverending to do list, and with little kids our days and nights are unpredictable. I have good intentions, but inevitably most nights when I finally get to bed my head is swimming with all the things that did not get done.
Very rarely. I tend to try to set up my to do list to be more aspirational than just the things I have to get done today. This way, if I happen to be more productive this day than usual, I have additional goals already established to move forward with. Nothing halts my productivity faster than having to figure out what to do next because often if I have space to pause that next thing will be Netflix! I know this won’t work for everyone – if you don’t go into it with the right mindset having too much on your list can be overwhelming, but it’s something I’ve found works for me.
So far none, I think I put too much things on my to do lists thinking that I can do all of them but end up getting distracted or loosing track of time
- How i can do not runaway from my tasks and scary thing that i have to do??
- How can I record my accomplishment for these to do list?
- How do you not get overwhelmed by your todo list?
- Do you write your todo list at night for the next day or in the morning?
- How do you write to do lists every day and do those things
- How do you write a you’re to. Do list
- How does one prevent burn out from writing a todo list everyday? I always start out strong then dwindle to weekly lists then will just forget.
- How do you stay consistent with your to do list to make sure you’re progressing forward and achieving your goals daily?
- What do you do with a task if you weren’t able to get to it? Transfer it to the next day?
- My to do list is always quite empty. What can I do about it?